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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Heating / Cooling, SUV
#125 of 511 Re: 07 GC A/C issue [tsfromtx]
Oct 05, 2007 (6:04 pm)
My wife purchased a 2007 Grand Cherokee in July and complains of exactly the same thing. Air is cold only when on coldest setting, but back it off by a single click of the temperature dial and the air temp is significantly less cold. It's full-cold or not-at-all-cold - no in-between. I recently read that Chrysler put out a service bulletin for the Commander for as similar problem wherein they reflash the computer. In that case though it was probably auto climate control and our Jeep has manual temperature controls. Do you or anyone else know of any updated information. Please let me know how we can help get this resolved. Thanks
#126 of 511 Re: 07 GC A/C issue [bjdm3]
Oct 09, 2007 (12:41 pm)
To bjdm3 - Thx for your input. Please open a case to Chrysler's Customer Care Center - numbers count. You can reference my case #, which is mentioned in some earlier posts.
#128 of 511 Tech advice please!! Cherokee cockpit heat seems low.
Oct 11, 2007 (10:42 pm)
Hi to all! I'm new here so be nice!
I have a 94 & a 98 Cherokee.
Engine heat is all proper but seems that the heater does not put out HOT on high, just warm. Blend door is closing all the way, Any ideas? or do Cherokees have mediocre heaters?
#130 of 511 Re: Tech advice please!! Cherokee cockpit heat seems low. [cherokeepeople]
Oct 15, 2007 (10:49 am)
Cherokeepeople - I had a '96 Cherokee for 11 years, and it had a great heater. Do you have a standard thermostat? I believe that is 195 degrees.
#131 of 511 Re: A/C Problems [tuggajb]
Oct 18, 2007 (7:44 pm)
Thanks for the suggestion, you hit the nail squarely on the head with your reply.
#132 of 511 '98 Grand Cherokee Blower Motor Replacement
Oct 21, 2007 (8:36 am)
Pretty sure the blower motor is shot. Has worked off and on for over a year, and no longer works at all. Is getting 12 volts at connector. Hooking up motor to battery does not work.
Can I replace the blower motor without having to drain the A/C system? Is it as simple as removing the 3 screws, and pulling the motor?
#133 of 511 Re: '98 Grand Cherokee Blower Motor Replacement [c_volts]
Oct 23, 2007 (1:02 pm)
you got it
#134 of 511 1999 jgc with no heat. please diagnose
Nov 04, 2007 (10:27 am)
Here's some info. I get no heat from any vents at any time. There's plenty of air coming thru and I can move it from floor, to dash, to defrost, but never get any heat on driver or passenger side. Recirc seems to work (the vent by the wipers pulls air when the recirc is off).
What's the problem? Air Blend Door Accutator? A heater control sensor?
Will the "heatertreater" on ebay work? Cutting a hole in the plastic once removing the glove compartment to access the air blend door? Do I have to remove the entire dash?
Help, it's getting cold and people are starting to whine.